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  • 2004-12-15 - Holiday Party, No one really
    18:30, Other

    Abstract

    When: Wednesday, December 15th, 2004 from 6:30pm to 10:30pm
    Where: Exclusive lounge space in Manhattan
    Cost: Free, including complimentary beverages and hors d`oeuvres
    URL: http://www.nytchp.org/

    New York PHP and the New York City *BSD User Group are proud to announce the first annual New York Technical Community Holiday Party.

    Keep the evening of Wednesday, December 15th, 2004 open for the first holiday party to embrace and network the entire New York technical community.

    This is not a PHP or BSD only event, and will include participants from many technology sectors, including Java, Linux, Perl, and .NET. We`re working hard to make this event embrace all technologies - not only open source - and our goal is to combine free and commercial software in one professional networking event.

    Flagship sponsors New York PHP and NYC*BUG are bringing together hundreds of technical professionals from the New York metropolitan area for the New York Technical Community Holiday Party. By uniting diverse skills and interests, open source professionals, IT managers, and top authors and speakers, this event begins a new era in technical, business, and social networking.

    Business casual attire is required.

    All attendees must RSVP. A reminder with complete details will be sent prior to the event.

    Sponsorship

    Do not miss this opportunity to reach hundreds of IT professionals. Download the Sponsorship PDF

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    Speaker Bio


  • 2004-11-03 - Lok Technology, Inc., Simon Lok
  • 2004-10-16 - Meet McKusick & Allman, McKusick and Allman
  • 2004-09-01 - Jail(8), Isaac `Ike` Levy
  • 2004-08-06 - NYCBUG InstallFest, Various
  • 2004-08-04 - OpenBSD on Soekris, Pete Wright
  • 2004-07-07 - Secure Architectures, Brandon Palmer
  • 2004-06-02 - Hacking Your iBook, Bob Ippolito
  • 2004-05-05 - BSD Consulting, Wes Sonnenreich
  • 2004-04-07 - OS X, Darwin and BSD, Edward Eigerman
  • 2004-03-03 - NetBSD crypto disk, Roland Dowdeswell
  • 2004-02-04 - OpenBSD Security, Wes Sonnenreich and Jason Albanese
  • 2004-01-24 - NYC*BUG BOF @ LinuxWorld Expo, Various